A night for incoming freshmen (class of 2024) and their parents. Learn how to sign up for courses, and receive information on course registration for the upcoming school year. This is an opportunity to talk with counselors and department chairs about specific courses, and ask directed questions regarding your desires for your first academic year at Mullen.
If a student wishes to test into a higher level for a particular subject, he/she must take a placement exam. These academic placement exams are not required, but are a good indicator of a student’s knowledge of a particular subject. If a student chooses to forego the placement exams, the student will automatically be placed in College Prep (CP).
Frank Cawley is in his 17th year as the Director of Admission & Enrollment at Mullen High School. After nine years as an assistant coach with the Cherry Creek boys’ basketball program, Cawley assisted the Mustang boys for six years, then took over as head girls’ coach. Both the Mullen and Cherry Creek boys programs won state titles when Cawley was on staff. Now entering his 11th year as the head girls coach his record is 170-89 having won the 2006 state championship and finishing second in the state during the 2009 season. During the 2018-19 season, Cawley won his second title as a head coach guiding Mullen back to the Colorado 4A State Championship and was honored as the 2019 Colorado 4A Coach of the Year. He is a 1980 graduate of Mullen and Denver native. He earned degrees in speech communication and political science at the University of Denver, then a Masters in communication from Northern Colorado. He and his wife, Debbie reside in Littleton and have 5 children; Matthew '06, Katie '12, John '14, Meghan '19 and Gabby '24.
Lauren, a Mullen alumna, returned to Mullen as the Assistant Director of Admission in 2017. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from CU Boulder, where she worked for the Office of Admissions. In her free time, Lauren enjoys the outdoors, exercising, watching The Office, and growing in faith.